Lewandowski picks up golden boot as Dortmund smashes Hertha Berlin
MAY 10, 2014 12:06p ET
Lewandowski's 20 goals was more than any other in the league and he picks up the prestigious gong after his final league game before his reported move to Bayern. The Polish striker scored a double with Milos Jojic and Henrikh Mkhitaryan also on the scoresheet.
Lewandowski - in his final Bundesliga game for the club - opened the scoring after 43 minutes in the Olympic Stadium, slotting home with ease after Mats Hummels' assist. Dortmund could have had a second goal moments later - but Marco Reus blazed over the crossbar from 10 yards.
However, Dortmund increased their lead seconds later when Jojic continued his great vein of form with a splendid left-footed curling shot from 12 yards. There were worrying scenes for the visitors - and Germany - as international midfielder Reus trudged off after picking up knock. The diagnosis was unclear.
Lewandowski put some shine on his performance with a superb free-kick from 25 yards, before Mkhitaryan slid in to convert Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's shot a minute later.
It capped a satisfying finish to the league campaign for the Bundesliga runners-up, who return trip to Berlin next week for the DFB Pokal final against Bayern Munich.